How SFU Business fared in the news for the week ending December 24, 2009.
How SFU Business fared in the news for the week ending December 18, 2009.
Canadian Council on Learning’s (CCL) Sharing the Flame project highlights some of Canada’s most promising practices in learning—giving these initiatives the visibility they deserve and helping others to learn from their success. The newest 2008 Sharing the Flame recognizes effective practices in four key areas: aboriginal learning, adult learning, health-related learning, work and learning.
In the area of Work and Learning, which recognizes workplace learning programs that promote lifelong learning, facilitate career development and upgrade employee skills, the Teck Business Education Program designed and delivered by the Learning Strategies Group, won recognition for its learning excellence.
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CMA Centre for Strategic Change and Performance Measurement will be hosting a Research Dinner on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 from 6 – 9pm in the Segal Salon Rooms at the Segal Graduate School of Business (500 Granville Street). Details to be announced.
Colin Campbell, Marketing PhD Student at SFU Business, won the award for the best paper on the Brands and Brand Management track of ANZMAC, the Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, recently held in Melbourne, Australia.
His paper, co-authored with Hsiu-Yuan Tsao, of Takming University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; Mana Farshid, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden; and Ronika Chakrabarti, Lancaster University, UK, was entitled “Lemon-Aid: Brand as a Signal for Quality – A Classroom Game”.
More than 600 marketing academics from all continents attended the conference, which was hosted by Monash University, and the Brands and Brand Management Track was the second largest, with more than 80 papers submitted.